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Interference: the next hurdle on the road to liberalisation?
Jan 21, 2005
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UK regulator Ofcom will be pressing for clarity on the question of what constitutes harmful interference, a move which mirrors thinking within European Commission (EC) and represents one of the most important challenges to achieving full liberalisation. Read more...

First spectrum pioneers place bids on e-Bay
Jan 20, 2005
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The phone may not have been ringing off the hook since spectrum trading was introduced in the UK on December 23rd, but a couple of entrepreneurs have initiated the first trades on the online auction site eBay. Read more...

A sign of the times: technology led forum to shut up shop?
Jan 17, 2005
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Orange France and Alcatel have thrown their weight behind the beleaguered UMTS Forum the future of which will be determined at a meeting of members later this month. Read more...

Vonage launch underlines importance of numbering policy
Jan 13, 2005
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The biggest U.S. VoIP provider has opened for business in the UK while taking a sideswipe at regulators in Germany. Read more...

Release of UWB documentation imminent
Jan 07, 2005
by Website author

It has taken longer than anticipated but the UK regulator, Ofcom, is expected to release the final text of the Mason Report alongside its UWB consultation and spectrum implementation plan on January 13th. Read more...

The big issues for 2005
Jan 06, 2005
by Website author

We predict that three things will dominate ICT policy debates: the Lisbon Agenda; the progress of spectrum trading in the UK; and the growing pressures on mobile operators. Read more...